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B.C. film sector readies for impacts of Hollywood actors' strike

B.C. film sector readies for impacts of Hollywood actors' strike

Strike vote today could see actors join writers with a walkout
B.C.'s 2023 wildfire season claims second spot in all-time record

B.C.'s 2023 wildfire season claims second spot in all-time record

Only halfway through July and B.C.'s 2023 wildfire season has become the second worst in its recorded history.
Update on heritage agreements in Queen’s Park coming to council this fall

Update on heritage agreements in Queen’s Park coming to council this fall

What’s happening with heritage projects in Queen’s Park? New West council to get update in the fall
Ground crews focus on hotspots, start investigation into Mount Seymour wildfire

Ground crews focus on hotspots, start investigation into Mount Seymour wildfire

Helicopters slated to return earlier this morning were called to new fire starts near Pemberton
12 abandoned puppies and their moms found sheltering from blistering heat in B.C.

12 abandoned puppies and their moms found sheltering from blistering heat in B.C.

The BC SPCA is asking for help after the litters were discovered under an abandoned trailer next to a highway in Prince Rupert.
New West roads reopen after two-vehicle collision on Royal Avenue

New West roads reopen after two-vehicle collision on Royal Avenue

New West police investigating a two-vehicle crash at Royal Avenue and 10th Street
B.C. government lawyers to announce constitutional challenge to NDP-forced unionization

B.C. government lawyers to announce constitutional challenge to NDP-forced unionization

Lawyers say the NDP is not living up to its principles in defending working people.
RV retailer sues disgruntled B.C. customers over online complaints

RV retailer sues disgruntled B.C. customers over online complaints

Big Boy’s Toys claims defendants’ social media campaign amounts to defamation
'Wild West': Amid foreign meddling headlines, lawyers fear unfair immigration rulings

'Wild West': Amid foreign meddling headlines, lawyers fear unfair immigration rulings

OTTAWA — Even as the conversation around foreign interference continues to centre on efforts to disrupt Canadian elections, the federal government is routinely deporting people suspected of engaging in espionage or terrorism — or barring them entry t
Popular Prime drink and 5 others that exceed Health Canada's caffeine limits recalled

Popular Prime drink and 5 others that exceed Health Canada's caffeine limits recalled

Six brands of caffeinated drinks have been recalled in Canada, including a popular energy beverage being promoted by social media influencers.